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Rematriation Magazine Indigenous Women's Voices: Matika Wilbur Film Poster

Rematriation Magazine Indigenous Women’s Voices: Matika Wilbur

Doc Shorts |  9m

Directed by Katsitsionni Fox

For generations, Indigenous peoples have asked humanity to raise its consciousness for our Mother Earth. Now, Indigenous women are raising their voices to demonstrate what living in balance looks like, by sharing gifts given to them by Creation. Rematriation Magazine centered the voices of 10 Indigenous women to share stories of resilience, leadership, spirituality, healing and honoring life.

Matika Wilbur is a Documentary Photographer from the Swinomish and Tulalip Nations. While visiting Machu Picchu, Matika’s late grandmother, revealed to her in a dream, to bring the lens to her own people. Since, she has photographed members from over 300 sovereign nations, throughout 40 states. In her photographic endeavor “Project 562”, she reawakens culture and captures the spirit of our indigenous communities.

Led by an all women team, director, Katsitsionni Fox (Mohawk), producer, Michelle Schenandoah (Oneida) and cinematographer, Marie Cecile Dietlin. Rematriation Magazine’s film series furthers the current national dialogue about dismantling social injustice through a spiritually grounded lens.


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